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Fuchsia
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The fragrant smell and vibrant color of fuchsia is a great addition to any flower garden.  Often referred to as a shrub, fuchsia is actually a plant, and its gorgeous bloom comes in shades of pink, white, and purple. This may be the only bloom that has ever left me speechless. Amazing....

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Jalapeno Pepper
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Named for the town of Jalapa, Mexico, this is the most popular chile pepper in the United States. This pepper produces 3-inch, thick-walled, moderately hot pods with deep green color that matures to a bright red. Jalapeño plants yield a bountiful harvest in dry or humid, hot or cool climates. Set plants 18 inches apart in rows 30 inches apart. The compact plants grow...

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Snapdragons
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Snapdragons are a beautiful addition to any garden. In addition to a stunning landscape flower, Snapdragons are often found in cut flower...

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Geranium
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Geraniums are extremely popular for containers, hanging baskets, and window boxes, as their vivid, summer-long color mixes beautifully with other annuals. Boasting all shades of pink, red, white, and orange, many geraniums also offer gorgeous foliage that can almost outshine the blooms! These versatile plants come in several forms: Zonal, Fancy leaved, Ivy, Martha Washington or Regal, Scented, and various Dwarf geraniums. There’s a...

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Funnel Planters
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When we were still running barefoot in the yard chasing firelies our sticks were swords, the garden hose was a python, the wicker loveseat on the patio was our own private island and the family dog was a giant black bear. Our imaginations ran wild, almost as while as we were. Next time you trip over that junk in the corner of shed let your childhood creativity and imagination...

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Dogwood Trees – Pink and White
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The flowering dogwood tree is a favorite ornamental among homeowners due to its year round appeal, unique branching structure and modest size. In the early spring, beautiful flowers bloom consisting of four white, pink or red bracts with clusters of small yellow flowers in the center. In fall, leaves and fruit are a stunning bright red/purple. Winter interest includes the presence of large flattened buds...

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Lily of the Valley
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Lily-of-the-Valley is an old-fashioned perennial that looks so delicate with its tiny bell shaped flowers. There is not anything delicate about this hardy shade-lover. Lily-of-the-Valley is a tough-as-nails perennial that will keep going after many others fail to thrive. It is one of the few perennials that can grow in the deep shade of large trees and shrubs. Lily-of-the-Valley also makes a good choice...

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Variegated English Boxwood
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Like the traditional English boxwood, the Variegated cultivar has small dark green leaves born on dense limbs that can be sheared. This variation features leaves which are bordered by an irregular creamy white variegation adding interest and...

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Golden Creeping Jenny
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Golden Creeping Jenny forms a charming low mat of butter-yellow leaves, bearing bright golden-yellow flowers from late spring into the summer. Excellent in pots and tubs, or cascading over walls. Outstanding when used as a foliage accent. Semi-evergreen in milder...

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Stonecrop Autumn Joy
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Autumn Joy is a very dependable and attractive perennial choice for most of the year. Offering wonderful foliage interest earlier in the season with succulent, fleshy gray-green leaves appearing in early spring. This plant begins to produce green broccoli-like buds in mid-summer. Followed by densely clustered flat flowerbuds that are pale pink maturing to rosy-red in August then turning to rust-red in the fall....

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Kwanzan Cherry Tree
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Kwanzan Cherry could be the showiest of all the cherries! Double blossoms make this tree the star of spring!  Each blossom has double the petals, making it look like a flower within a flower.  Deep-pink blossoms grow in clusters, making this tree look almost like it is covered with thousands of small roses. As the flowers begin to fade, bronze leaves take their place...

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Hibiscus
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Hibiscus is a flowering plants. Species that are native to warm-temperature, subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world. Member species are often noted for their showy flowers and are commonly known simply as hibiscus, or less widely known as rose mallow. The genus includes both annual and perennial herbaceous plants, as well as woody shrubs and small...

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Poodle Topiary
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Two Ball Poodle Topiaries are high impact shrubs. Easy to care for these topiaries are spectacular and create a regal environment in your landscaping or on your...

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Otto Luyken Laurels
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Otto Luyken Laurels are one of our favorite shrubs. Lush growing evergreen with showy white flower spikes and small black fruit. Excellent hedge, background or screen. A dwarf form of English...

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Maple Trees
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Maple trees are a great landscaping tree… a fast growing tree that requires minimal attention! Commonly used to line drives or boulevards. Maple Trees quickly mature into a pleasing oval shape, reaching up to 40 ft. Its leaves drop later in the autumn season than other trees, so you have more time to enjoy their show! In the spring, it produces tiny conspicuous red...

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Spiral Boxwood
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The Boxwood is a staple in landscaping, the spiral boxwood is easy to care for but adds an stately flare to your landscape or front porch. Spiral boxwoods can be planted in ground or in a...

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Sifted Topsoil
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Sifted Topsoil can be difficult to find but not at Jack’s Yard and Bella’s Nursery. Sifted topsoil is excellent for leveling your yard, preparing your garden for planting, creating new plant beds and filling in holes and divots in your yard. Our topsoil is sifted and weather...

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Serpentine Blue Cedar
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The Serpentine Blue Cedar is an evergreen conifer with drooping twisted branches filled with powdery blue needles that are sure to catch the eye of every passerby. A unique specimen tree that measures at 10 feet tall, 15-20 feet wide, depending upon...

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Rhododendron
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Rhododendrons are some of the easiest, most rewarding flowering shrubs you’ll find for the sunny to partly shaded garden. The huge clusters of bright, colorful flowers bloom heavily for weeks with virtually no effort from you. Rhododendrons are great for use along foundations, in woodlands, and along garden or lawn borders and are available in all colors. Long known as a staple of Southern...

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Slate Scape
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Slate Scape is grey in color, a medium sized decorative gravel adds a unique accent to your landscape. This chip form gravel lays...

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Marigolds
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No annual is more cheerful or easier to grow than marigolds. These flowers are the spendthrifts among annuals, showing a wealth of gold, copper, and brass into our summer and autumn gardens. The flower’s popularity probably derives in part from its ability to bloom brightly all summer long. Marigolds have daisy-like or double, carnation-like flower heads and are produced singly or in...

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Basil
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One of the easiest and most popular culinary  herbs to grow is basil.. A member  of the mint family, it is native to southern Asia  and islands of the south Pacific. This tender annual is primarily grown for its  aromatic leaves, used fresh or dried, to liven up numerous dishes of both Asian  and Western...

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Curly Parsley
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Parsley is a member of the carrot family and is well known for its use as a garnish or as a flavoring in many  dishes and salads. The curly varieties also make a nice addition to most  gardens, planted with other herbaceous plants or used in a border. Native to  the Mediterranean area, parsley has a biennial life cycle, but is usually grown  as an...

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Cactus Shrub
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Our beautiful cactus shrub is the perfect focal point for your rock garden. Annual triming will keep this shrub healthy and...

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Eat Dirt! (or worms)
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My mom never said, ‘cleanliness is next to Godliness’ and I am probably healthier for it! Thanks mom. I have friends that don’t allow their children to get dirty and nearly faint when I let my kids run around barefoot in the yard.  We take regular showers in our house but we also don’t consider it a ‘good’ day unless we need that shower....

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Globosa Blue Spruce
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Globe-shaped evergreen shrub is dwarf, flat-topped and densely branched. Bright blue needles hold their color all year but are brighter in summer. A unique accent for that special...

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Blue Star Juniper
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Attractive sparkling blue foliage on dense spreading branches. Creates a colorful contrast to purple and green foliage plants. Use as a rock garden or low border plant....

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Foxtail Fern
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Foxtail Fern ius a fluffy evergreen that adds unusual textural contrast to perennial beds and borders. Long, plume-like stems hold soft, needle-like leaves. Develops red berries in fall. An excellent choice for hanging baskets and...

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Boulevard Cypress Pom Pom
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A striking large shrub with graceful fans and arching strands of blue-tinged foliage. A dense, slow-growing specimen that will stand out in the landscape. Can be pruned into topiary...

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Black Beauty Eggplant
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Black Beauty Eggplant have pretty purple flowers and handsome glossy fruits, eggplants are ornamental not only in your vegetable garden but in patio tubs and pots. Try eggplant seeds and plants intermingled with flowers. Roughly 80 days to...

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Weeping Blue Spruce
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Weeping Blue Spruce is  graceful and upright with a dramatic weeping habit and strong vibrant blue color.  Weeping Blue Spruce should be featured as a patio accent plant or specimen in the landscape. Full...

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Boulders, Tan
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These large boulders are perfect for anchoring your home or creating a focal point in your landscaping. They also serve as ‘seats’ around your outdoor pool or fire pit.      ...

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Dura Heat River Birch Trees
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A more heat and drought tolerant form of this species, with superior insect and disease resistance. Densely pyramidal form with glossy green leaves that fade to clear butter yellow in fall. Winter bark is pinkish-orange with prominent exfoliation. Large tree as focal point or for...

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Periwinkle
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Periwinkle (AKA – Vinca)  is a low-maintenance delight – great for controlling soil erosion on shady or partly-shady slopes. An evergreen trailing vine with lustrous glossy green leaves. Flowers cover the plant in early spring (rare for an evergreen groundcover), blooms persist sporadically summer through frost. Rarely eaten by deer, tolerant of droughtt and infrequent foot trafficc. Spreads quickly once...

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Hens and Chicks
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Hen and Chicks is a common name for a group of smalls succulent plants.They grow close to the ground with leaves formed around each other in a rossette. The “hen” is the main plant, and the “chicks” are the offspring, which start as tiny buds on the main plant and soon sprout their own roots, taking up residence close to the mother...

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Caribbean Hababero Pepper
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The Caribbean Habanero Pepper typically grows to about 1 inch in diameter and 1 1/2 inches in length.  It appears plentifully from bushes growing around 3 feet in height. The Carribean red habanero is about twice as hot as a regular habanero.  It matures in as little as 90 days, and is suited to northern climates and even to growing in a larger-sized container.  This...

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Endless Summer Hydrangea
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Endless Summer Hydrangea are repeat bloomers meaning from early summer to frost they plant will bloom. Considered one of the best new flowering shrub of the decade. Large 8-10″ flowers atop 5′ tall shrubs. Thrives in extreme cold to intense heat....

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Early Girl Tomato
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This may be the most all-round popular hybrid to satisfy that itch for the first fresh tomato of the season. Use them for slicing on a plate, into a salad, or on a sandwich. This a proven all-round early hybrid. Use it to jump start your harvest. Early Girl bears lots of fruit for early harvest, but because the vines are indeterminate, they continue...

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Lady Bell Red Pepper
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Reliably bountiful, this robust bell has a delicious, sweet flavor and crisp, crunchy texture. The 3-4 lobed fruit have moderately thick, juicy walls and turn from a glossy green to a bright red at maturity. You will love the beefy, elongated bells for everything from salads to stuffing or frying. Plant in Full Sun and space plants 24 to 36 inches apart. Grows 24...

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Squash Pizza
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Spring planting means you will soon have fresh vegetables to enjoy. Have you ever tried squash pizza? Fall 1996 my dear friend Amy showed up at my Lexington apartment with an arm full of fresh ingredients: whole wheat pizza crust, garden fresh squash, fresh from the vine tomatoes and of course fresh mozzarella cheese. A little slicing and a few shakes of sea salt and ground pepper...

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Squash
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Squash is a staple in most gardens. Though considered a vegetable in cooking, botanically speaking, squash is a fruit (being the receptacle for the plant’s seeds). Squash can be served fresh (in salads) and cooked (squash stuffed with meat, fried squash, baked...

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Super Sweet 100 Tomato
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Cherry red tomatos bursting with sugary flavor. The Super Sweet 100 tomato cultivar is a hybrid that produces long fruit-bearing stems holding 100 or more very sweet cherry tomatoes. Fruits weigh approximately 1 oz., and are 1 inch across. Plants need caging or staking, and produce fruit throughout the growing...

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Cucumber
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Cucumbers are easy to grow and have a uniquely cool, refreshing taste. Harvest them small for sweet pickles or larger for dill. Various sized cucumbers can be used to build your salads and...

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Sweet Bell Pepper – California Wonder
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California Wonder – Sweet Bell Peppers are heirloom peppers. They are an adapted variety, well-known, and preferred by many market growers and gardeners. A smooth, blocky bell, mostly 4-lobed, with thick walls. Fruits up to 4″ x 4-3/4″. Foliage provides good cover for fruits. Tobacco mosaic resistant....

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Dianthus
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When growing the dianthus, the plant  can be chopped all the way down to the ground if the greens look good. Trim the  dead growth on the dianthus once or twice a summer....

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Palms
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Palms are attractive and versatile plants, making them popular as indoor or  patio container plants. With many varieties to choose from that generally  require minimal care, there is a palm plant for just about any room in your  home. Palms are generally easy to care...

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Wandering Jew
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Wandering Jew plant­ has trailing stems and stalkless, pointed leaves. The leaves, about two inches long, are shiny, with two silver stripes on the upper su­rface and a rich purple underside. There are also variegated versions with bronze, pink, or cream stripes. Prune wandering Jew plants heavily to keep them young or start new plants from cuttings. Their stems sometimes “escape” and end up...

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Supercal
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SuperCals combine the best features of petunia and calibrachoa to make gorgeous, easy to grow plants. You’ll find the large flowers of petunias, along with a wide tolerance for soil pH that makes for easy growing. From the calibrachoa side, you’ll find vibrant or unique bloom colors and non-sticky leaves that keep plants looking clean. SuperCals stay covered in 2” blooms all season long,...

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Trailing Verbena
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Rounded clusters of purple, pink, peach, white and red heavily cover the dark green, leathery leaves characteristic of trailing verbena, creating a carpet of color. Trailing verbena is heat-tolerant and thrives in areas that receive at least eight to 10 hours of direct sunlight per day. This hardy plant has a beautiful show all season...

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Spreading Petunia
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Petunias are one of our most popular bedding flowers. They have wide trumpet shaped flowers and branching foliage. They are prolific bloomers. Most varieties will bloom throughout the summer, except in extreme heat. You can now find petunias in just about every color and with growing habits that mound in borders, overflow hanging baskets or trail down...

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Trailing Portulaca
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Portulacas are a good choice for areas with poor soils, and they can stand up to a pounding sun all day long. The different colors they come in look wonderful mixed...

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Sweet Potato Vine
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Outstanding foliage is the main reason to choose an ornamental sweet potato vine for your landscape. A close relative of morning glories and moonflowers, these vines are vigorous growers and quickly can fill any bare spaces in your garden. Sweet Potato Vine is great for window boxes, planters and ground...

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Chenille Plant
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Chenille Plants are tropicals available in hanging baskets and pots. Often called ‘cat tail’, ‘red hot’, or even ‘red hot cat tail’ these plants are usually called ‘caterpillar plants’ by...

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Yellow Pear Tomato
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Also known as “Beam’s Yellow Pear”. A very tasty pear shaped yellow tomato. These are just like the little yellow pear tomatoes that your Grandmother grew. This tomato is pre-1800 and is very much popular today. Add wonderful taste and color to your summer salads Clusters of pear-shaped, yellow fruits with mild, delicious flavor are attractive and tasty whole for salads, fresh eating and...

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Cayenne Long Slim Pepper
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Cayenne Long Slim Pappers are Fiery HOT! Long, slender, slightly wrinkled 4 to 6 inch peppers no thicker than a pencil are very hot. Fruits turn from dark green to bright red. Especially good for pickles, hot sauces and drying. Superb in chili and...

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Red Chili Peppers
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Growing your own chili peppers is easy. It’s great to be able to go pick a few peppers from the garden when you’re making a spicy dish for dinner. Chili peppers can also be frozen or canned. You can even make up some stuffed pepper or popper appetizers and freeze them. Hot peppers are also great plants for container gardens, so if you have...

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Black Lava Rock
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Black lava rock can be used for a variety of different landscaping purposes depending on the look that you want for your property. Black lava rock is very popular at our...

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Goldmound spirea has vibrant golden spring foliage, accented by clusters of pink flowers, cools to a yellowish green in summer then a rich, yellowish orange in fall. Great color addition to the shrub or perennial border or for brightening the container garden....

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Fine Sand
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Fine sand is perfect for leveling walkways, mixing mortar, sandboxes, volleyball courts or around your outdoor fire...

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Green Kugel Western Cedar
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Bright, shiny mint-green foliage forms a dense, neat mound. Compact form is great for lining walkways or featuring at the front of shrub borders. Plant in mass to fill small areas. Tips of foliage become an attractive bronze in winter....

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Green Giant Arborvitae
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One of the finest new evergreens for screening, this uniformly conical tree performs well in a variety of settings. Virtually disease-free and strong-rooted, it responds well to shearing. Highly resistant to deer. Durable accent or specimen tree. Evergreen. Grows quickly to 25 to 30 feet tall and 10 to 12 feet...

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Ice Boulders
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Ice boulders are marbled grey and white. They can be used to anchor the corner of a home, serve as the focal point in your landscaping or add an outdoor element to your patio or...

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Candytuft
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Candytuft plants are late-spring bloomers, but they’re worth the wait! Showy, they produce masses of white flowers along their stems. This white is softened towards the end of the blooming period, as the central petals turn lavender. The color of the blossoms stands out nicely against the backdrop of the dark green foliage. Plants can reach 1 foot in...

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Mugo Pine
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The Mugo Pine topiary is an exquisite plant. The Mugo is an easy to grow pine variety, useful in rock gardens or in groupings. Plant the mugo pine topiary in a container, and it would be a worthwhile addition to any porch or entry way, looking great with minimal maintenance. Clip regularly to maintain desired size and shape. Mulch around the roots if using...

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Bush Crop Cucumbers
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Heirloom Bush Crop Cucumbers are deep green, six to eight inch slicing variety. Excellent for small gardens as the runners and vines are short. Good producing variety on dwarf, bushy...

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Garden Arches
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These Garden Arches will accentuate the entrance to your backyard or make for a beautiful wedding ceremony. They are excellent for events and adding unique ambiance. Garden Arches are evergreens that will flourish in sun or...

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Topiary – Chamacypress
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Chamacypress  are medium-sized to large evergreen trees growing to 20-70 m tall, with foliage in flat sprays. The wood is scented, and is highly valued, particularly in Japan, where it is used for temple construction. Pruning can be done in winter. Most species tolerate shearing and can be grown as hedges or...

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